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Feb 3, 2013 8:00pm EST
running. >> in your lifetime, 17 years with capital gang, cnn, 17 years. >> robert novak, migrate colleague and wonderful friend, it was his idea, the show. he was unhappy -- he as the executive producer made two mistakes. one, as far as capital gang was concerned, he agreed to go to one hour. cnn had this very popular show at 7:00 on saturday night -- a great half-hour show. he had a brilliant idea -- bring on a newsmaker, accused of being too cozy or whatever, but bring on a senator, a governor, a cabinet member, and make them part of the discussion. you would say, what do you think of this? be on a first name basis. you really get a sense of these people. some could take it, others would not. they were used to being deferred to. but it was not a one-hour show. when you do a one-hour show you have to go to hamburger helper and expand out -- let's do a longer piece. it was a high energy show for half an hour. cnn was going through all kinds of changes, too. they have nothing to compare with c-span and you, but -- >> we are 50 minutes in and have not gotten to hamburger helper lef
Feb 24, 2013 8:00pm EST
university of southern california, formerly from cnn. it was fascinating hearing some of the people talking about that time. they were afraid of the backlash from the right wing because they were going to be seen as abandoning tie 1. nixon saw you had to make a pivot. he was the one who could do it. jimmy carter came later and i cannot see him ever having got away with that. >> if china succeeds and becomes the number 1 country in the world, should we have ourselves to blame? >> i am not sure. i think we should say ourselves to credit. a booming china helps the united states. our economies are so connective and interdependent. we are selling more to china now. one example, i did a story. it was about how general motors was basically bankrupt in 2008. they were saved mostly by china. i talked to the head of china's sales there. same with forward -- ford. general motors said they were not selling cars. they were still in the united states. business in china was booming and continues to boom. china build more cars now, and buys more cars than the united states does. that trend will get
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